You will find degrees from TU’s Kendall College of Arts & Sciences, Collins College of Business, College of Engineering & Natural Sciences, Oxley College of Health Sciences, College of Law and Graduate School are designed with your future success in mind. With more than 60 undergraduate degrees, 40 master's programs and 16 doctoral degree options, TU is the foundation of your future.
Settle into your new home at TU with a variety of dining and modern housing options. Within the city of Tulsa, you'll find pro sports, fine and performing arts, festivals, zoos, a water park, bike and hiking trails, rivers and lakes. As you immerse yourself in the community, you'll discover many ways to serve fellow citizens locally and around the world.
Meet student Emily Tran
The Make a Difference Engineering (MADE at TU) organization had me hooked when I learned of its mission to create devices for Tulsa's special education school, The Little Lighthouse.
Emily Tran, Class of 2021, Mechanical Engineering
Undergraduate and graduate research are a way of life in our state-of-the-art labs and classrooms where faculty know your name and offer a guiding hand. And TU research isn’t limited to science or engineering. It’s encouraged among literature scholars and future CEOs. Discovery is a lifelong pursuit and is at the heart of what we do at TU.
Meet student Matthew Wells
The University of Tulsa has given me the ability to see all of the different fields a mechanical engineer can work in and help me refine my interests.
Matthew Wells, Mechanical Engineering, Wichita, KS
Outcomes and Opportunities
Hands-on learning is the most effective way for students to gain work experience prior to graduation. TU students can explore internships by visiting the Career Services Handshake website or by networking with professors who can connect you with industry professionals. TU hosts five job fairs each year where students can learn more about the participating organizations, meet job recruiters and apply for internships on the spot.
Meet student Maddie Lauck
TU prepared me for life after graduation by arming me with the knowledge to succeed, equipping me with internship opportunities and providing me with the professional connections.
Maddie Lauck, B.S.B.A. ’17 Energy Management
NewsAll News Stories
TU cuts energy consumption with new sustainability initiatives
Campuswide electricity use has been reduced by over 2 million kilowatt hours (kWh) in 2019, and TU has introduced many initiatives aimed at creating a more sustainable university.
CSAS office supports students with learning, emotional needs
More than 500 students are registered with learning disabilities at TU and are seeking services to better their lifestyle and university experience with help from CSAS.